Use single quotes around the question mark. All literal strings require
----- Original Message -----
From: Kari Lempiainen <kari(at)funky(dot)pp(dot)fi>
Sent: Saturday, June 24, 2000 2:47 PM
Subject: [INTERFACES] How to use question mark in query thru ODBC from
> I'm using ODBC-interface in Windows 200 to access data from PostgreSQL
> database in Linux box. My query is like:
> select id from records where name = 'How are you?'
> I get errors from the ODBC:
> SQLExecDirect: SQL Error: 1
> SQL State: S1000
> Error string: Error while executing the query;
> ERROR: Unterminated quoted string
> I've analyzed the problem to be the question mark. ODBC thinks that
> I'm using ? as a parameter marker, which obviously isn't the problem.
> I've tried replacing ? with \? with no success (like I have to use \'
> instead of '). What can I do to get the question mark go thru driver?
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